The God of Skiing
Called "The Greatest Ski Novel of All Time," The God of Skiing follows the career of American alpine legend Tack Strau. A famed collegiate ski racer, Strau vanishes from a Lake Placid, New York, hospital immediately after a devastating crash threatens to end his career. Years later, his mysterious reappearance in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, sets the author off in search of him, beginning an incredible, magical mountain odyssey that will take readers around the world.
Peter Kray is a writer, editor and publisher who lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His previous books include The Monster and American Snow. A lifelong skier who has ridden deep powder snow from Greenland to South America, Kray was named one of the 250 Most Influential People in the Snowbiz by The Ski Channel. The God of Skiing is his first novel.